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 04/12/2020  18:32-20:18  (106) 
Senate Homeland Security Committee Holds Hearing on FBI's Crossfire Hurricane Investigation
The Senate Homeland Security Committee holds a hearing on congressional oversight of the FBI's Crossfire Hurricane investigation into possible ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russian officials.
 04/12/2020  20:18-22:20  (122) 
Public Affairs Events
Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews.
 04/12/2020  22:20-22:37  (17) 
House Oversight & Reform Hearing on 2020 Census -- Part 1
The House Oversight and Reform Committee holds a hearing on the 2020 Census.
 04/12/2020  22:37-23:36  (59) 
House Oversight & Reform Hearing on 2020 Census -- Part 2 [NEW]
The House Oversight and Reform Committee holds a hearing on the 2020 Census.
 04/12/2020  23:36-01:00  (84) 
House Oversight & Reform Hearing on 2020 Census -- Part 3 [NEW]
The House Oversight and Reform Committee holds a hearing on the 2020 Census.
 05/12/2020  01:00-02:09  (69) 
Van Buren v. United States Oral Argument
The Supreme Court hears oral argument in Van Buren v. United States, a case on interpretation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and violations of terms of service agreements.
 05/12/2020  02:09-03:08  (59) 
Former Speaker John Boehner & Others Discuss the Biden Presidency
Former House speaker John Boehner joins others to discuss the transition to a Biden presidency.
 05/12/2020  03:08-05:12  (124) 
Senate Hearing on Navy & Marine Corps Readiness
Navy and Marine Corps leaders testify before a Senate Armed Services subcommittee concerning the readiness levels of their respective military branches.
 05/12/2020  05:12-07:00  (108) 
Senate Homeland Security Committee Holds Hearing on FBI's Crossfire Hurricane Investigation
The Senate Homeland Security Committee holds a hearing on congressional oversight of the FBI's Crossfire Hurricane investigation into possible ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russian officials.
 05/12/2020  07:00-08:10  (70) 
Van Buren v. United States Oral Argument
The Supreme Court hears oral argument in Van Buren v. United States, a case on interpretation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and violations of terms of service agreements.
 05/12/2020  08:10-09:10  (60) 
Former Speaker John Boehner & Others Discuss the Biden Presidency
Former House speaker John Boehner joins others to discuss the transition to a Biden presidency.
 05/12/2020  09:10-11:12  (122) 
Senate Hearing on Navy & Marine Corps Readiness
Navy and Marine Corps leaders testify before a Senate Armed Services subcommittee concerning the readiness levels of their respective military branches.
 05/12/2020  11:12-13:01  (109) 
Public Affairs Events
Public affairs events, congressional hearings, speeches, and interviews.
 05/12/2020  13:01-14:00  (59) 
Author Discussion on Re-Inventing Democracy
Eric Liu, Peter Peterson and Hahrie Han offer their thoughts on how to reinvent American democracy in the 21st century.
 05/12/2020  14:00-15:10  (70) 
Catherine Grace Katz, The Daughters of Yalta
Author Catherine Grace Katz ("The Daughters of Yalta: The Churchills, Roosevelts, and Harrimans: A Story of Love and War") looks at the relationship between the three women who attended the Yalta Conference with their fathers.
 05/12/2020  15:10-16:00  (50) 
Matthew Van Meter, Deep Delta Justice
Journalist Matthew Van Meter discusses Duncan v. Louisiana, a civil rights case which helped to reaffirm the right to a trial by jury in most criminal cases.
 05/12/2020  16:00-17:00  (60) 
Phil Harvey and Lisa Conyers, Welfare for the Rich
Authors Phil Harvey and Lisa Conyers discuss the ways they believe federal and state governments benefit financially the wealthy and their corporations.
 05/12/2020  17:00-18:00  (60) 
David Rose, Why Culture Matters Most
Economics professor David Rose argues that moral beliefs and culture are essential to a thriving civil society.
 05/12/2020  18:00-19:05  (65) 
Author Discussion on the Cosmos [NEW]
Book TV presents coverage of the 2020 Wisconsin Book Festival, a virtual event hosted by the Madison Public Library.
 05/12/2020  19:05-20:00  (55) 
Laila Lalami, Conditional Citizens [NEW]
Coverage of the 2020 Wisconsin Book Festival, a virtual event hosted by the Madison Public Library.
 05/12/2020  20:00-20:40  (40) 
Paola Ramos, Finding Latinx [NEW]
Coverage of the 2020 Wisconsin Book Festival, a virtual event hosted by the Madison Public Library.
 05/12/2020  20:40-21:45  (65) 
Douglas Ginsburg, Voices of Our Republic
Former appellate judge and George Mason University law professor Douglas Ginsburg examines the Constitution through the eyes of judges, legal scholars and historians.
 05/12/2020  21:45-22:30  (45) 
Author Discussion on the American Dream [NEW]
Coverage of the 2020 Brooklyn Book Festival.
 05/12/2020  22:30-23:15  (45) 
Deanna Mulligan, Hire Purpose
Guardian Life Insurance Company of America CEO Deanna Mulligan weighs in on the effects of workplace evolution and automation.
 05/12/2020  23:15-00:15  (60) 
Thomas Levenson, Money for Nothing
MIT professor Thomas Levenson discusses how the leaders of the 15th century scientific revolution applied their new ideas to people, money and markets, and as a result, invented modern finance.
 06/12/2020  00:15-01:15  (60) 
Unni Turrettini, Betraying the Nobel [NEW]
Norwegian-born author Unni Turrettini ("Betraying the Nobel: The Secrets and Corruption Behind the Nobel Peace Prize") takes a critical look at the history of the Nobel Peace Prize and specifically its election committee.
 06/12/2020  01:15-03:00  (105) 
2020 National Book Awards [NEW]
Coverage of the 71st annual National Book Awards.
 06/12/2020  03:00-04:00  (60) 
After Words [NEW]
National Review correspondent Kevin Williamson recounts the politics and everyday lives of the white American working class from his travels through parts of the Appalachian region; he is interviewed by Washington Examiner columnist Salena Zito.
 06/12/2020  04:00-05:30  (90) 
Author Discussion on Democracy in America [NEW]
Activist and writer Angela Davis and journalist Astra Taylor examine democracy and what it means today.
 06/12/2020  05:30-06:35  (65) 
Dan Blumenthal, The China Nightmare [NEW]
Author Dan Blumenthal ("The China Nightmare: The Grand Ambitions of a Decaying State") talks about China's ambition to replace the United States as the world's leading power.
 06/12/2020  06:35-07:45  (70) 
Christopher Sebastian Parker, The Great White Hope [NEW]
Author Christopher Sebastian Parker ("The Great White Hope: Donald Trump, Race, and the Crisis of American Democracy") offers his thoughts on the current and future state of race relations, social justice and racial inequality in the United States.
 06/12/2020  07:45-08:50  (65) 
H.R. McMaster, Battlegrounds
Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster (Ret.), former National Security Adviser to President Trump, talks about the foreign policy and national security challenges facing the United States.
 06/12/2020  08:50-09:25  (35) 
Author Discussion on Pathogens & Pills
Authors Muhammad Zaman and Peter Kolchinsky examine the rise in antibiotic-resistant superbugs and costs of developing new drugs.